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Lithium 2

 

Lithium Proteon Second Connection

Lithium Proteon Second Connection

The reason the InV of the Proteon is still equal to the ExV of the Proteus is the Proteon when Ionized to the next level is moving in the direction of the Proteus by nh, depending on how much it is ionized. In the case of the 2nd Proteon View the Proteon has moved 1h in the direction of the Proteus. Adding that 1h to the ¼c + 2h InV in the 2nd Proteon View makes that InV equal to the Proteus ExV, ¼c + 3h. in the 3rd Proteon View Adding the 2h to the ¼c + 1h InV in the 3rd Proteon View makes that InV equal to the Proteus ExV, ¼c + 3h.  This process repeats thru all the Elements.

In this Second Proteon View example above, of the various ionizations of Lithium, it can be observed that at rest the InV of the Lithium Proteon is equal to the ExV of the Lithium Proteus. However, the next 2 images of the number 2 and 3 Proteon View the InV of the Proteon is ‘not’ equal to the ExV of the Proteus. In the 2nd Proteon View it is 1h slower, and in the 3rd Proteon View it is 2h slower.

The Lithium Proteon

InV

ExV

¼c + 3h

¾c – 3h

¼c + 2h

¾c – 2h

¼c + 1h

¾c – 1h

The Lithium Proteus

InV

ExV

¾c – 3h

¼c +3h

¾c – 2h

¾c – 1h

Totals

c

c + 1h

      • Proteon ExV  = Proteus InV
      • Proteon InV  = Proteus ExV + 1h
      • Proteon + Proteus ExV =   c + 1h
      • Proteon + Proteus InV =    c


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